If she lives in your household and is covered by your insurance, start there for lists of doctors. If she is in your household but not covered by your insurance, check your EAP if applicatible - many employers provide an EAP (employee assistance plan) that provides counseling at no cost to all members of a household for a short period of time. If no EAP and she is uninsured, there are a variety of services out there to help. 211 can provide lists of sliding scale mental health providers. (Note: I had great success with Catholic Charities - not at all Catholic here...). It may take several calls to find one accepting new patients in all these cases. Also check with your county mental health board and/or local hospitals and even possibly child protective services for local providers who will work with you. If money is not an issue, you can choose based on recommendations from others or just pick one and go from there.
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